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The Piping Commodity Material Control Data node (the PipingCommodityMatlControlData sheet in the Piping Specification.xls workbook) defines the material control data for the piping specification. This information does not vary per piping materials class.

Alt Orientation Commodity Code (Optional)

Specifies the contractor commodity code for the alternate orientation piping commodity. The software uses this alternate piping commodity when the original asymmetrical piping commodity is mirrored or mirror copied and the new orientation is not representative of the component. In this case the original piping commodity is replaced by the alternate orientation piping commodity specified here.

Alt Reportable Commodity Code (Optional)

Specify the contractor commodity code for an alternate reportable piping commodity that is to be created with the primary piping commodity on the basis of the piping materials class. In an isometric drawing, only the primary piping commodity is depicted graphically. The materials list includes the short description of both the primary piping commodity and the reportable piping commodity. The data for the reportable piping commodity includes a commodity code and the corresponding short and long material descriptions, plus the typical data that is reported for any other piping commodity.

Bolting Requirements (Optional)

Select the bolting requirement for the piping commodity. Valid codes are listed in parentheses. The following options are available:

  • Undefined (1) - The bolting requirement is undefined.

  • Bolting required (5) - The piping commodity requires a reportable set of bolts determined by the bolted joint, but based on a special bolt extension option. If you select this option, you must define the Bolt Extension Option.

  • Complete substitution with cap screws for threaded holes (10) - The piping commodity requires a reportable set of substitution cap screws for full threaded holes determined by the fitting itself instead of the bolted joint. Cap screws are used for all bolt holes in this situation and represent a complete substitution of the bolts that would have otherwise been determined by the bolted joint. Use this option when the through-bolted fitting includes a complete set of threaded holes to match the drilling template applicable to the mating flange.

  • Complete substitution with cap screws for tapped holes (15) - The piping commodity requires a reportable set of substitution cap screws (or substitution tap end stud bolts) for tapped holes determined by the fitting itself instead of the bolted joint. Cap screws (or tap end stud bolts) are used for all bolt holes in this situation and represent a complete substitution of the bolts that would have otherwise been determined by the bolted joint. Use this option when the through-bolted fitting includes a complete set of tapped holes to match the drilling template applicable to the mating flange.

  • Partial substitution with cap screws for threaded holes (20) - The piping commodity requires a reportable set of substitution cap screws for threaded holes determined by the fitting itself instead of some of the bolts determined by the bolted joint. This option represents a partial substitution of the bolts that would have otherwise been determined by the bolted joint. Use this option to address the situation where the through-bolted fitting includes a partial set of threaded holes with respect to the drilling template applicable to the mating flange, and also the situation where the through-bolted fitting includes a complete set of holes to match the drilling template applicable to the mating flange, but only some of the holes are threaded.

  • Partial substitution with cap screws for tapped holes (25) - The piping commodity requires a reportable set of substitution cap screws (or substitution tap end stud bolts) for tapped holes determined by the fitting itself instead of some of the bolts determined by the bolted joint. This option represents a partial substitution of the bolts that would have otherwise been determined by the bolted joint. Use this option to address the situation where the through-bolted fitting includes a partial set of tapped holes with respect to the drilling template applicable to the mating flange, and also the situation where the through-bolted fitting includes a complete set of holes to match the drilling template applicable to the mating flange, but only some of the holes are tapped.

  • Bolts supplied with nozzle and not to be reported (30) - The piping commodity is supplied with the necessary bolts included, such that the applicable bolts should not be reported.

  • Reportable bolts not required (35) - A set of bolts is not applicable to any end of this piping commodity because all ends are non-bolted. This option is the default for any piping commodity without any bolted ends.

  • Complete substitution with cap screws for full threaded holes at second size end, where the cap screws only apply at the second size end (40) - The second size end requires a reportable set of substitution cap screws for full threaded holes determined by the fitting itself, for example a reducing flange, instead of the bolted joint. Cap screws are used for all bolt holes in this situation. This represents a complete bolt substitution that would have otherwise been determined by the bolted joint. This option addresses the situation where the smaller end of a reducing flange includes a complete set of threaded holes to match the drilling template applicable to the companion flange. This option is not available for nozzles.

  • Complete substitution with cap screws for tapped holes at second size end, where the cap screws only apply at the second size end (45) - The second size end requires a reportable set of substitution cap screws (or substitution tap end stud bolts) for tapped holes determined by the fitting itself, for example a reducing flange, instead of the bolted joint. Cap screws are used for all bolt holes in this situation. This represents a complete bolt substitution that would have otherwise been determined by the bolted joint. This option addresses the situation where the smaller end of a reducing flange includes a complete set of tapped holes to match the drilling template applicable to the companion flange. This option is not available for nozzles.

  • Partial substitution with cap screws for full threaded holes at second size end, where the cap screws only apply at the second size end (50) - The second size end requires a reportable set of substitution cap screws for full threaded holes determined by the fitting itself, for example a reducing flange, instead of some of the bolts determined by the bolted joint. This option represents a partial bolt substitution that would have otherwise been determined by the bolted joint. This option addresses the situation where the smaller end of a reducing flange includes a partial set of threaded holes with respect to the drilling template applicable to the companion flange, and also the situation where the smaller end of the reducing flange includes a complete set of holes to match the drilling template applicable to the companion flange, but only some of the holes are threaded. This option is not available for nozzles.

  • Partial substitution with cap screws for tapped holes at second size end, where the cap screws only apply at the second size end (55) - The second size end requires a reportable set of substitution cap screws (or substitution tap end stud bolts) for tapped holes determined by fitting itself, for example a reducing flange, instead of some of the bolts determined by the bolted joint. This represents a partial bolt substitution that would have otherwise been determined by the bolted joint. This will address the situation where the smaller end of a reducing flange includes a partial set of tapped holes with respect to the drilling template applicable to the companion flange, and also the situation where the smaller end of a reducing flange includes a complete set of holes to match the drilling template applicable to the companion flange, but only some of the holes are tapped. This option is not available for nozzles.

  • Complete cap screw substitution for full threaded and tapped holes for each bolted end (60) - Each bolted end requires a reportable set of substitution cap screws for full threaded holes and also tapped holes determined by the fitting itself instead of the bolted joint. Cap screws are used for all bolt holes in this situation. In other words, this represents a complete bolt substitution that would have otherwise been determined by the bolted joint. This option addresses the situation where the through-bolted fitting includes a complete set of threaded holes and also tapped holes to match the drilling template applicable to the companion flange. This can be required, as an example, for a larger size asymmetrical lug body butterfly valve where tapped holes are required near the valve stem. This option is not available for nozzles.

  • Any through-bolted joint, where the Termination Subclass for one of the bolted ends indicates through-bolted end with bolt holes, but the Bolting Requirement property for the fitting at that same bolted end indicates a complete substitution of cap screws (or tap end stud bolts), the software considers it to be a bolted joint, not a through-bolted joint.

  • Although two or more through-bolted fittings may be involved in forming a through-bolted connection, the software assumes that only one through-bolted fitting exists for any situation where either complete substitution or partial substitution with cap screws (or tap end stud bolts) applies. Furthermore, whenever two or more through-bolted fittings form a through-bolted connection, the software assumes that the bolts extend through all the through-bolted fittings.

Cap Screw Engagement Gap (Conditionally Required)

Specify the total gap between the cap screw ends inserted into each threaded hole end. The engagement gap is used in the bolt length calculations for cap screws in threaded holes. Use this field when an engagement gap that is unique to a component is needed, such as a lug body butterfly valve.

This engagement gap value is used for all cap screw diameters regardless of the cap screw diameter or the nominal piping diameter for the valve, or fitting, requiring the cap screws. If you do not specify a value here, then the default value for the piping specification is used.

Clamp Requirement (Conditionally Required)

Select whether the commodity requires a clamp if one or more mechanical ends apply. This option overrides the clamp query in the clamp selection filter when the value of the Termination Subclass is set to "Mechanical joint with clamp" or "Mechanical joint with clamp and hub or ferrule".

Client Commodity Code (Optional)

Specifies the client commodity code, which is the commodity code that is used during the operations and maintenance phase.

The Contractor Commodity Code and the Client Commodity Code both must be size-independent or size-dependent. One cannot be size-dependent and the other one be size-independent. In addition, both must include a schedule or neither must include a schedule.

CIMIS Commodity Code (Optional)

Specifies the Common Industry Material Identification Standards commodity code.

Contractor Commodity Code (Required)

Specifies the contractor commodity code, which is the commodity code that is used during the design phase.

The Contractor Commodity Code and the Client Commodity Code properties both must be size-independent or size-dependent. One cannot be size-dependent and the other one be size-independent. In addition, both must include a schedule, or neither must include a schedule.

eClass eProcurement Code (Optional)

Specifies the eClass code (Standardized Material and Services Classification System), if available.

Fabrication Type (Conditionally Required)

Specifies the fabrication code. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the FabricationType sheet in the Codelist Number column.

First Size From (Conditionally Required)

Defines the lower bound of the largest nominal piping diameter for which this piping commodity applies.

First Size To (Conditionally Required)

Defines the upper bound of the largest nominal piping diameters for which this piping commodity applies.

First Size Units (Conditionally Required)

Specifies the units for the First Size From and First Size To columns. For example, you could type in for inches or mm for millimeters.

Gasket Requirements (Conditionally Required)

Specifies the code that represents the piping commodity gasket requirements if one or more bolted end apply. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the GasketRequirements sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Hyperlink To Electronic Vendor (Optional)

Type the URL address to the electronic vendor catalog.

Hyperlink To Electronic Manuals (Optional)

Type the URL address to the electronic copy of the manuals.

Industry Commodity Code (Conditionally Required)

Specifies the industry commodity code, which is the commodity code that is used to access the piping catalog when the Industry Commodity Code Option in the Model Options in the Catalog task (in the DefaultProjectOptions sheet in the Piping Specifications.xls workbook) is set to Use industry commodity code (5). Additionally you can map many industry commodity codes to a single contractor commodity code. This is useful in some situations like when you have the same valve body and different valve operators are available. The software can also use the contractor commodity code for querying the part data when the industry commodity code is not specified by the specification writer.

Legacy Commodity Code (Optional)

Type the commodity code required by a legacy material control system, if different from the contractor commodity code. For some legacy material control systems, the commodity codes are inadequate for Smart 3D. For example, the material control system uses the same commodity code for a globe valve from Manufacturer A and Manufacturer B, even when the face-to-face dimension of the two valves is different. You are required to use different commodity codes for these parts in Smart 3D. However, you may also have a requirement to track the globe valve based on its legacy commodity code. Use this column to solve the problem.

The legacy commodity code can be size-independent or size-dependent. However, the contractor commodity code and the legacy commodity code both must be size-independent, or both must be size-dependent commodity codes. Likewise, both the contractor commodity code and the legacy commodity code must include schedule, or neither must include schedule.

Localized Short Material Description (Optional)

Type a description for the material. The software uses this description in the bill-of- materials part of isometric drawings when construction personnel require a different language than what was used in the Short Material Description box.

Loose Material Requirements (Optional)

Specifies the code that represents the loose material requirements for the piping commodity. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the LooseMaterialRequirements sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Long Material Description (Optional)

Type a description for the material to use when requisitioning.

Manufacturer (Optional)

Specifies the code that represents the manufacturer of the piping commodity. This property is optional, but can be used to track the manufacturer for reporting when the Geometric Industry Standard is used to identify the industry standard instead of the manufacturer. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the Manufacturer sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Manufacturer Part Number (Optional)

Specifies the manufacturer's part number for the object.

Multiport Valve Op Req (Optional)

Specifies the code that indicates whether multiport valve operators are required. If multiport valve operators are required, then the valve operator type and other valve operator data is determined from the multiport valve operator data for each port rather than the single valve operator type specified by the piping commodity material control data. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the MultiportValveOpReq sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Multisize Option (Conditionally Required)

Type a string to represent an optional piping commodity selection for multi-sized fittings when the first size and second size are inadequate.

For example, if two additional sizes (2" and 1") are required in addition to a first size of 6" and a second size of 4", the string that would represent the sizes would be 6x4x2x1. The software interprets the string to determine the second size and the number of sizes in addition to the first size and second size. Do not include a unit of measure in the string. The unit of measure for the first size, defined in the First Size Units column is used.

You can append the keywords Primary (primary size) and Secondary (secondary size) to the column headings for the nominal piping diameters at each end in the workbook for the part data to assign the size to a specific piping point instead of using the Multisize Option property. Fittings that require two sizes will be assumed to have the primary size assigned to the first piping point and the secondary size assigned to the second piping point. Multi-size fittings with three or more sizes must have the sizes assigned to the appropriate piping points by means of the multi-size option property. Fittings with exactly two sizes and three or more piping points may have the size assigned to the appropriate piping point by using these keywords.

Part Data Source (Conditionally Required)

Select the source of the part data. If you do not select a source, then the software assumes the data source to be the piping commodity class data. This property provides a means to recognize that a reportable piping commodity is not a generic piping commodity, but might be a bolt or gasket. For example, a clamp might imply a gasket as a reportable piping commodity. This property provides the means to specify data (the gasket type and the gasket material) in the gasket part data.

Piping Note 1 (Optional)

Specify the standard notes that you want to associate with the piping materials class. Standard notes are defined in the Piping > Piping Specification > Notes node and on the StandardNotesData sheet in the Piping Specification.xls workbook. If needed, you can customize this sheet to add additional piping note properties. For example, Piping Note 2, Piping Note 3, and Piping Note 4.

Quantity of Alt Reportable Parts (Optional)

Specifies the number of alternate reportable piping commodities to be reported per instance of the piping commodity. If you have defined a commodity code in the Alt Reportable Commodity Code column but do not define a value in this column, the software uses a default value of one.

Quantity of Reportable Parts (Optional)

Type the number of objects to be reported per instance of the piping commodity. This value must be an integer.

Reportable Commodity Code (Optional)

Type the commodity code of the piping commodity that you want created with the primary commodity code item. For example, you may want safety covers or housings reported for material control but not represented graphically in the model. You would enter the commodity code of the safety cover here.

Reporting Type (Conditionally Required)

Type the reporting requirements code for the piping commodity. You can specify whether the commodity is reported. An example of a piping commodity that you may not want reported is a spacer for a valve. You must order the valve, but need not order the spacer as the spacer comes with the valve. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the ReportingType sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Second Size From (Conditionally Required)

Defines the lower bound of the next largest nominal piping diameter for which this piping commodity applies.

Second Size To (Conditionally Required)

Defines the upper bound of the next largest nominal piping diameters for which this piping commodity applies.

Second Size Units (Conditionally Required)

Specifies the units for the Second Size From and Second Size To columns. For example, you could type in for inches or mm for millimeters.

Short Material Description (Required)

Type a description for the material. The software uses this description in the bill-of-materials part of isometric drawings, for reporting, and for visual feedback to the piping designer for design, construction, and fabrication.

Subst Cap Screw Contractor Comdty Code (Conditionally Required)

Type the contractor commodity code for the replacement cap screws.

Subst Cap Screw Diameter (Conditionally Required)

Type the diameter of the cap screw including the units. For example, type 0.5in or 1in.

Subst Cap Screws Quantity (Conditionally Required)

Type the number of machine bolts or studs that are being replaced by cap screws at each bolted end of the piping commodity.

For non-through bolted fittings, the number of cap screws to substitute for machine bolts or studs required by the drilling template is the same as the number of machine bolts or studs being replaced.

For through bolted fittings with threaded holes, the number of cap screws required is twice the number of machine bolts or studs being replaced.

This value is not required when all bolts defined by the drilling template are replaced by cap screws.

Supply Responsibility (Optional)

Specifies the code that represents the person responsible for supplying the object. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the SupplyResponsibility sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Tapped Hole Depth (Conditionally Required)

Type the depth of the tapped hole in the valve or fitting that requires substitution cap screws, including the unit. This value is not required for substitution cap screws at threaded holes.

Tapped Hole Depth 2 (Conditionally Required)

Type the depth of the tapped hole at port two of an asymmetrical valve or fitting that requires substitution cap screws (or substitution tap end stud bolts), if applicable. For example, a lug body butterfly valve requires different length cap screws on the basis of the applicable end of the valve.

This value is used to compute the length of the cap screw. If a value has not been specified here, then the value of Tapped Hole Depth is used in the bolt length calculations. This value is not required for substitution cap screws at threaded holes or when the value of Bolt Type in the bolt part data indicates that the cap screw is actually a machine bolt.

UNSPSC eProcurement Code (Optional)

Specifies the UNSPSC® code (United Nations Standard Product and Services Classification), if available. For example, a UNSPSC code of 40141602 (40.14.16.02 or 40-14-16-02) identifies tube fittings. Note that the UNSPSC code alone will not uniquely identify the specific part to be procured.

Valve Operator Type (Conditionally Required)

Specifies the code that represents the specific type of valve operator, actuator, or appurtenance. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the ValveOperatorType sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Valve Operator Geo Ind Std (Optional)

Specifies the code that represents the source used in the preparation of the catalog data applicable to the valve operator. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the GeometricIndustryStandard sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Valve Operator Catalog Part Number (Conditionally Required)

Type the commodity code for the valve operator as found in the catalog data and the material control data.

Vendor (Optional)

Specifies the code that represents the vendor that is supplying the piping commodity. This property is optional, but can be used to track the vendor for reporting. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the Vendor sheet in the Codelist Number column.

Vendor Part Number (Optional)

Specifies the vendor's part number for the object.

Welding Requirements (Conditionally Required)

Specifies the code that represents the welding requirements for the piping commodity if one or more welded ends apply. Valid codes are listed in the AllCodeLists.xls workbook on the WeldType sheet in the Codelist Number column.

See Also

Instrument Class Data
Multiport Valve Operator Data
Piping Commodity Filter
Piping Commodity Material Control Data
Piping Commodity Procurement
Piping Materials Classes
Piping Specialty Class Data
Valve Operator Material Control Data
Commodity Codes
Instruments
Pipe Specification